My name is Angelika Albaladejo and I’m an independent multimedia journalist currently based between Miami and Medellín, Colombia.
My research, reporting, writing, photography and audiovisual journalism cover security, social justice and human rights in the Americas, particularly from a gender and policy perspective.
My print and photo journalism, reports, academic articles and blogs have appeared in Fusion, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, InSight Crime, TruthOut, The World Policy Journal, Security Assistance Monitor Blog and Just Americas: A Blog by LAWG, among others.
Between April 2015 and August 2016, I worked as a Program Associate with the Latin America Working Group (LAWG) where I engaged in research, writing, advocacy and communications work for the organization’s campaigns on Colombia, Cuba and the northern triangle countries of Central America: Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala.
Previous to working at LAWG, I was the Latin America Rights and Security Fellow at the Center for International Policy (CIP) in the fall of 2014 and the co-host and co-producer of Periphery, an independent podcast on security and rights in the Americas, in the winter and spring of 2015.
I completed my bachelor’s degree in Global Affairs at George Mason University with minors in Communications and Conflict Analysis & Resolution in 2012. I completed my master’s degree in Latin American Studies from Vanderbilt University in 2014.
I am a first-generation U.S.-born child of Cuban and Puerto Rican parents. I am fluent in English and Spanish and have working proficiency in Portuguese.
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The views expressed on this website are my own.